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Cambridge Codebreakers: Operation Survival
Saturdays 20th October - 15th December 2018
10am - 12pm
1 game, 4 Museums - have you got what it takes? Round up a team for a brand new high energy adventure game exploring themes of survival and our environment across 4 University of Cambridge Museum collections. Created by Fire Hazard Games, with a live leader board, surprising challenges, ethical dilemas and roaming characters.
Book via Cambridge Live
  Cam Lates presents: Fossil and Fizz after hours
Wednesday 5th December 2018
7pm - 9.30pm
Wander the Sedgwick Museum after-dark this December. With a backdrop of music performed live by 'The Accidentalists', you can browse the specially-lit collections or chat to researchers at the pop-up science station - all with a complimentary glass of bubbly in hand.

Ticket price includes one glass of prosecco. A cash-bar will be provded by Cambridge Wine Merchants serving till 9pm.
Tickets £8  Booking via Cambridge Live
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Draw – a - Saurus
Monday 18th February 2019
10am – 1pm
Free. Family drop in
Do you want to learn how to draw dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals? Follow the step-by-step instructions on our worksheets to create your own drawings of some of the Museums most iconic prehistoric animals.

 Trex in red

Twilight at the Museums - The Sedgwick Shadows
Wednesday 20th February 4.30pm – 7.30pm
Free. Family drop in
Explore the Sedgwick Museum after dark and search among the shadows to uncover fabulous fossils and marvellous minerals. With your torch, hunt for secrets in the shadowy showcases and see if you can spot something new.

Please note no toilets available in the Museum, facilities will be available near the Museum entrance. A buggy park will be provided outside.

Monday to Friday
10:00 to 13:00 & 14:00 to 17:00

Saturday
10:00 to 16:00 

Sunday
Closed

 


W.B.R. King was awarded the Military Cross for bravery with the British Expeditionary Force before being evacuated from Dunkirk in 1940. He was a Cambridge graduate and World War I veteran who pioneered the use of geological expertise in the theatre of war. King went on to become the 11th Woodwardian professor of geology in 1944.




The recent discovery of Ice Age mammoth and rhino remains near Cambridge became national news. By coincidence, the Sedgwick Museum at the University of Cambridge has a new exhibit which tells the story of late Ice Age times and how the life and environments of Cambridgeshire were dramatically altered by climate change.